The Art of You

Image Credit: Jacob Brandon

Artizan Gallery, 7 Lucius Street, Torquay, TQ2 5UW

01803 428626
[email protected]
https://www.art-hub.co.uk/february2018

Tuesday 06 February 2018 – Friday 02 March 2018
Friday 9th of Feb, 18:00 - 20:00
Opening Hours: Mo - Fri 12pm - 6pm // Sat 9am - 5pm
Booking recommended
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February Artist Preview
9 Feb, 18:00 - 20:00
free
Booking recommended

This explorative show will look at works, objects, pieces of narrative, multimedia submissions, written statements, journals, sketchbooks and a diverse array of other submitted material that explore the identity of the artist that submits them. Submissions have been open to any individual who wishes to celebrate their creativity, whether they are a full time professional artist or last did art at school as a child. This is intended to be a richly personal exhibition that is open to artists, makers and individuals of any level or discipline to submit something which goes to the heart of their creativity.

Through this broad call, we hope to present a show that is in part autobiographical, and where visitors are encouraged to focus on the lives behind the works. Through the collective display of personal items, the opportunity to draw interpretations of where shared aspects of creation lie, and where difference and similitude can be found in the homes of individual muses will be available, with scope to explore the raw and unrefined elements of creative process.

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